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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Land Rover Range Rover
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How much do brakes cost 2014 Range Rover sport?
Billing question sent to CS for the cost to replace the brakes on a 2014 Range Rover Sport.
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gearbox not changing gear seems to stay in high gear
It is possible that you could be having an issue with one of your electronic shift solenoids. These solenoids are responsible for controling the shift between two gears. I would recommend having these shift solenoids tested by a qualfied professional...
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Chip in key 2003 Land Rover Freelander
Hello - this is correct. There is a transponder chip inside your old key that is programmed already to your in-car receiver. Disassembling the old key, remove the chip, and installing it in your new key (discard or save the...
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How much to change front pads and rotors on disco II?
Billing question for the cost to replace the front brake pads on a 2002 Land Rover Discovery with a V8-4.0L engine.
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Battery light on
Hi There, This may be a sign of a weak battery, a failing voltage regulator or failing alternator. The alternator is responsible for charging the battery while the engine runs by generating amperage and recharging the battery while the engine...
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Car Doesn't Start
Hi there. Thanks for sending us this data. Unfortunately, without being their to complete a car is hard to start inspection, it's difficult to tell you whether or not the issue is fuel or ignition related. You might want to...
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How to change my vehicle battery?
Hi there. With the battery cable clamps loose, take a flat screwdriver and gently pry open the clamps. Make sure that you do not touch the posts together or touch the frame to the vehicle. Then twist the battery cable...
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Is the 2005 Land Rover LR3 V8 realiable?
Hi there. You are correct to that the reviews on Land Rovers (especially over 200k mileage) is hit or miss. In general, the Land Rover is a fairly well assembled vehicle. But, like any other 'mid-luxury' vehicle, it does have...
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MY CAR HAD A OVERHEATING PROBLEM AND I FIX IT BUT NOW THE CAR IS IN A LIMP MODE AND DONT WANT TO REF ABOVE 3000 REFS WHAT CAN I DO
Hello, thank you for writing in. The vehicle enters into limp mode when something seriously wrong has been detected by the computer. Typically this is a safety measure to help prevent issues with the transmission. You will want to start...
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Squeaky noise on the right rear wheel?
Hi there. The noise could be coming from the wheel bearings on the right rear. Raise up the vehicle and check the right wheel bearings by spinning the wheel slowly and feel the tire for any grinding feeling. I recommend...
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Eas
I would recommend not only checking the air bags for leaks but checking the lines that connect to the air bags that come from the compressor. If these lines are leaking, they can cause the air bags to go low....
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Auto levelling
If you wish to disable the air ride suspension system, I would recommend removing the relay or fuse that controls this system. This would be the only way to disable the system other than disconnecting the electrical connector that goes...
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Air Suspension System
Once the Range Rover air suspension starts to act up, it seems it becomes the story that never ends. You can spend a great deal of time and money trying to sort it out, but there are enough components in...
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Overheating
Overheating is not unusual for the Disco. If it makes you feel any better, you probably didn't do any real damage with the washer fluid. I suspect the problem was already there. If the reservoir was low enough that you...
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engine wont start
Hello, thank you for writing in. There are a few basic tests that you can do in order to help narrow down the issue. First turn the vehicle to the "On" position, and listen for the fuel pump to prime....
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Vehicle slightly trembles in idle, just started today.
This may be a result of a faulty oxygen sensor. As you may know the oxygen sensors which are part of your emissions system read exhaust gases to determine whether or not the appropriate amount of oxygen is present in...
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Where is the starter located on a 2006 lr3 4.0 liter?
Hi there. The starter is located on the back of the engine on the driver side attached just in front of the transmission bell housing. You may have to remove the exhaust manifold to get to the starter. If you...
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White smoke from engine bay
Hi Paul. Any smoke coming from the engine bay area is not a good sign. However, the positive is that you seem to have noticed it before it becomes a potential breakdown. White smoke is generally categorized as coolant being...
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What is wrong with my car?
A flashing check engine light means that there is a problem that may damage the car if you continue to drive. Most often it comes on when there is a misfire, and the potential damage is damage to the catalytic...
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When I shift from drive to reverse or vice versa it makes a clunking noise. 1997 Land Rover Discovery
Hi there - the clunking noise you hear from shifting forward-to-reverse (or vv), is the result of a small amount of wear and loose motion in the driveline. This could be a worn u-joint, differential gears, or splined coupling somewhere...

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